If you’re a fan of universal memory service Evernote, but can’t or won’t run its desktop software for quick access, the service suggests making Evernote.com easy to search from the address bar.
Evernote’s team explains the process in the video above, but it’s also easy to describe in text. Right-click on Chrome’s address/OmniBar, select Edit Search Engines, and hit the Add button in the next dialog. From there, enter these results into the three fields:
- Name: Evernote
- Keyword: Evernote.com
- URL: http://www.evernote.com/search?q=%s
If you’d spent a good deal of time with Evernote.com, or read our power user’s guide to Chrome, you might have already figured this one out. If not, it’s a nice little convenience.
Searching through Evernote with Google Chrome [Evernote Blogcast]